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These are the finalists of the Great Pottery Throw Down

the potters holding their plates from the second challenge
Great Pottery Throw Down finalists are decidedChannel 4

Warning: This article contains spoilers about The Great Pottery Throw Down semi-final.

It's one of our favourite craft programmes on TV – and now the fight is on to be crowned the winner of The Great Pottery Throw Down.

After a gripping semi-final on Sunday (3 March), judges Keith Brymer-Jones and Rich Miller picked the three potters to battle it out in the final of the pottery shaping and decorating competition: Donna, Dave and Dan. Which meant it was sadly time to say goodbye to Steven, who was knocked out of the show after the semi-final.

It was a gruelling semi-final. This week saw the return of the famous toilet challenge. Each of the potters had to create a Victorian-style floral toilet. It needed to be beautifully decorated, and crucially be able to flush water down without leaking.

For the technical challenge, the potters each had to paint a dinner plate with a delicate flower design.

Following the same format as previous weeks on the show, presenter Siobhán McSweeney announced the potter of the week at the end of the semi-final – and this week the lucky contestant was Dan.

Sadly, the show had to say goodbye to Steven, who was not sent through with the other potters to the grand final next week. Dan, Donna and Dave were all shocked and delighted to make it to the final.

Fans of the show are already looking forward to next week's final – and shared their joy at watching the latest series of the show. @revphilipgreen posted on X: "Do you know what? #potterythrowdown is the best show on telly. The empathy contestants and judges show for one another gives me faith in humanity every Sunday evening...".

Others were sad to see Steven go, with @Fledger111 posting on X: "Wishing Steven all the best on his creative journey. Sad to see him leave. I've enjoyed seeing all the amazing progress he's made in this series. "

We can't wait to see who the winner will be!

The Great Pottery Throw Down final is on Channel 4 on Sunday 10 March at 7.45pm.

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